BIOECONOMIC REVIEW OF INNOVATIONS IN THE PLANT PROTECTION MACHINERY SECTOR WITHIN THE SCOPE OF PERIODICITY
The Company's Bioeconomic Marketability Power
Keywords:bioeconomics, bioeconomic marketability, sectoral periodicity, plant protection, ecological economics
Competition between plants directly affects the growth and productivity factors of plants that are constantly in competition. Highly competitive species adapt to the region in the best way. In species that adapt in the best way; rapid growth, advanced root system, resistance to climatic conditions, activity in reproductive forms, alleopathic effects, osmotic pressure height and high component receiving power (ion etc.) in a competitive way of development form and soil placement elements appear.
The severity of the competition increases the similarity rate. Just as the intrasional competition rates of plants (such as wheat plants) are rising, the economic units operating in the same sector have high intra-species competition. Periodicity refers to the different development/maturation periods of the species. The more ecologically periodic, the reduced intersite competition. Therefore, a company that completes its development and first removes its product stands out from competition with others in its sector in the first step.
While all other factors are constant because the dynamic structure of the environment affects the intensity of competition and the level of intra-species competition (ceteris paribus), the effects of innovation in the plant protection machinery sector, especially digitalism, have been demonstrated. The expansion of the application area of digital plant protection techniques has changed the competition between plant protection companies and it has been concluded that the use of digital techniques adds bioeconomic marketability to the company.